Jnrlink has become the first Asian education technology solution to be short-listed for the International Rybakov Prize, and one of only 16 chosen to present in Moscow, Russia out of 450 applicants.
The finals, which took place from 1 to 2 February 2020, was attended by finalists from across the world, including Russia, Australia, Finland, Armenia, Switzerland, and the United States. ALLiN was represented by Director Jason Ng, who was on site to answer questions about the product and the impact Jnrlink has had in different parts of Asia.
While in Russia, Mr Ng also had the opportunity to meet with Singapore's Ambassador to Russia H.E. Premjith Sadasivan.
The international Rybakov Prize was established in 2019 by Ekaterina and Igor Rybakov "to encourage the next generation of philanthropists by promoting investment in schools, teachers and educational systems." The annual prize of US$1.2m is administered by the Rybakov Foundation, and has been dubbed the "Nobel Prize for Education".
ALLiN is proud to receive such strong affirmation for Jnrlink and will continue the good work to give every child a life-long foundation for learning.